Submitted by kaizushi on Sept. 18, 2018, 5:39 p.m.

Kaizushi's Little Onion Server

I have developed a platform for hosting websites, providing shell accounts and on this platform I have put a lot of work into security and reliability with a focus on Tor onion services and sites.

It uses SELinux, we've recently made this stricter and departed hopefully only temporarily from using grsec. We use Gentoo to develop our servers, and provide a pretty free range environment for users as far as shell access goes there are far less limitations than other providers. You get full SSH not just SFTP.

Our shell account service has the added perk that you can use our 'infantile.xyz' relay onto the clearnet. The same goes for hosting, where data and third party services used in your software can be done without tor exits.

We can do administrative support sort of work and install software for you such as forums, content management systems, blogging software, other PHP scripts. We can host Django apps too, and shouldn't have trouble with things like Ruby and Tomcat.

Consider us a hosting company, an oracle of support, and a provider of services you can rely on if you want to put up a site that can handle the masses.

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